After the resounding success of "It" on the big screens, Paramount decided to return to work on a remake of the movie "Pet Sematary" based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. For the original, directed by Mary Lambert in 1989, the Horror King personally wrote the script. This time, Jeffrey Buechler will act as the scriptwriter, and the studio decided to put two filmmakers at once in the director's chair: Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsh, who worked on the horror film "Eyes of the Star" several years ago.
In the center of the story is Dr. Louis Creed, who moved to a small town in Maine with his wife and two children. As soon as the heroes manage to settle in a new place, their pet, the cat Church, dies under the wheels of a truck. Neighbor Jude Crandall leads the vexed hosts to a mystical cemetery nearby. The next day, Church buried there returns, but there is little reason for joy: the cat turns into a cruel zombie and gradually begins to frighten the inhabitants of the house. Louis Creed swears never again to turn to the help of the mystical cemetery until a new grief appears at their doorstep.
Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vakhradyan will act as producers of the new “Cemetery”.
The Topic of Article: Paramount Prepares New Pet Sematary.